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Boxes of HPR Black Ops ammunition


HPR Black Ops Ammunition

When it comes to personal defense ammunition, quality of manufacture means everything. HPR has given us quality ammunition. With the Black Ops, they give us exciting performance well suited to home defense. Check out this article for the details that make it such a great choice.

Picture shows a red box of American Eagle ammunition made by Federal.


High Powered Headlines: August 12, 2014

A New Hampshire Commissioner makes changes to CCW permit applications on the sly, while supporters rally around a Pennsylvania Sheriff protecting the names of licenses concealed carry holders. Smith & Wesson surprises us with the release of all the new M&P 22 compact pistol and for those new gun owners, may I suggest the American Eagle personal defense and training combo pack? All this and more in today’s gun and firearms industry news headlines.


Bersa Handguns—An Inexpensive Handgun You Can Trust

The Bersa .380 ACP is an excellent, lightweight, easy-to-shoot handgun that’s easy on the budget of the working person. Offered in full size, and compact versions in 9mm, .40 and .45, these pistols feature a double-action first shot and decocker safety. Read this article to learn why my favorite example is an Ultra Compact .45 version with stainless slide.

Kahr Sights

Concealed Carry

Considerations for Concealed Carry Handguns

If you ask ten gun store clerks about the best possible concealed carry handgun, you’ll probably get ten different answers. It is a confusing market with a myriad of players and they all claim to have the best of the best. A good place to start when thinking about carrying concealed is finding that perfect balance between handgun size and caliber. Deciding on a concealed carry handgun can be a daunting task. Know what to look for will make your buying choice easier.

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield


M&P Shield: What’s So Great About It?

Overall S&W built the gun very well—but not perfect. As expected, they added features consistent with what the concealed carry market demands. The first thing you notice when handling a Shield is how thin it is.